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Just a quick question does anybody have any idea how many watts the 7363 AP requires for ...
14th February 2013, 09:26 AM #1
Ruckus 7363 AP
Good Morning Everyone,
Just a quick question does anybody have any idea how many watts the 7363 AP requires for POE ???
We currently have 3 3-com Baseline Switch 2426 PWR Plus 24 port switches, which produces 29.6w per port
is this enough to power the 7363 AP's ???
Will it also cause any issues as the ports are 10/100 and not GB.
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14th February 2013, 09:50 AM #2
If you have gig switches I'd be tempted to use PoE injectors and them instead, splitting 100mbit/s out between however many clients is rather slow if you are doing much more than a bit of web surfing. I know that when I was using an Aruba AP and a PoE injector the network side was very crashy until I got it onto a gig switch.
14th February 2013, 09:50 AM #3
Think I may have found the answer, just found a site and its suggested that they run at 12.9w,
A PoE switch that can power 18 ZF7363 - Ruckus Wireless Forums
just need to find out the maximum wattage the switch can handle now.
*** UPDATED ***
Found the info and it looks like it has a maximum of 154w per switch,
This might make more sense as I found another site that says the switch runs at 15.4w per port not the 29.6 I had been told,
this would work out at a max of 10 ap's per switch....
Last edited by staningrimsby; 14th February 2013 at 10:00 AM.
14th February 2013, 10:06 AM #4
Ruckus ZoneFlex 7363
ZF7363: 12.95W (PoE), 12W (12V DC)
Thanks to SYNACK from:
staningrimsby (14th February 2013)
14th February 2013, 10:19 AM #5
Thank you for that, looks like were going to need some POE injectors as we do have cisco gig switches ,
sadley I dont think the room has the power for them so that will need sorting to .
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